My life is starting to get back to normal. I started teaching a few weeks and it feels good to be somewhere besides a doctor office, physical therapist, a grocery store, or my kitchen. Mostly…it feels good to be contributing in a meaningful way outside of our home.
You guys have heard the saying “you can’t give away what you don’t have”…yes???
That’s exactly why I haven’t posted a blog for a few months. I was feeling a bit depleted and actually haven’t had much to share.
That is…until last Friday when I spent the afternoon with The Victim Advocates Division of The Summit Prosecutors Office. Victim Advocates are amazing, strong, caring professionals that do anything they can to ease the suffering of victims of crime in our community…I call them “light workers”.
I meet with this group on a monthly basis as part of a well-being effort. My job is to inspire them, but the truth is that they inspire me every month.
Our last topic was Kindness and the effect it has on a person’s health and happiness. Research shows kindness can reward our bodies and minds by increasing:Read More